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Over on Google+, Jane Shevtsov wrote:
I'm having way too much fun building interactive calculus demos. Sage Mathematical Software System rocks!
Can you show them to us? Are you using the free online system or something else? I'd like to build some interactive climate modelling software.
(I really do want to start doing some programming, though nobody here would believe it.)
I have Sage installed on my own computer and mostly use that copy. I'd love to share the worksheets (shameless self-promotion!), but public worksheets are disabled and the single cell server is acting funny. So I put the worksheet files in Dropbox. Here they are.
Basic calculus. Student changes the slope of a line to see that the derivative really is the slope of the tangent. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6277568/tangency.sws
A very basic interactive predator-prey model (Lotka-Volterra). Demonstrates trajectories for various initial conditions. http://db.tt/D4YW9tFN
This led to a much more general phase plane simulator. http://db.tt/FD1rrZLu
Let me know if I can help you with the climate modeling stuff. Comprehensible output will be a problem -- Too Many Variables.